Toby Wilkins' Splinter looks like one menacing monster movie. But you know what could make it even better? Seeing it for free! Fangoria just announced that they will be hosting a free screening of Splinter, sponsored by Magnolia Pictures, at NYC's Two Boots Pioneer Theater on October 24 at 11 PM!
Screamfest LA '08 is primed to become one of the biggest and best horror film festivals this year, and you just know we had to do something special to celebrate!
Toby Wilkins' indie film Splinter feels like it just exploded onto the scene recently. It's quite a nice surprise since it both looks cool and has promise: monsters, gas stations and two couples caught in-between this mess. Sweet deal!
The final poster artwork for Toby Wilkins’ badass monster movie, Splinter, is finally back in place (some MPAA issues saw it removed for a day or two), and today Apple unveiled the film’s official trailer!
While you patiently await Magnet’s October 31st release date for Toby Wilkin’s Splinter, I know you’re just itching to learn more about the movie and what went into making it. Know how I know? Cause the movie kicks ass and you like things that kick ass! Why else would you be here?
Reviewed by Johnny Butane Starring Shea Whigham, Paul Costanzo, Jill Wagner Directed by Toby Wilkins
A friend of mine had a chance to check out Toby Wilkins’ directorial debut, Splinter, recently and reported back that it’s a helluva lot of fun! I mean, it’s a story about a parasite that makes its host into flesh-craving mad maersons; what could go wrong?
The official site for Toby Wilkins’ feature debut, Splinter, kicked in the doors of the internet over the weekend and it’s very ... pointy. Lots and lots of sharp edges on this one, but don’t take my word for it; check out the Splinter site here to see what I mean.
Toby Wilkins’ name is all over the place as of late, thanks to his being the first director to be attached to a Grudge film who’s name doesn’t start with Takashi and end with Shimizu, and now he’s getting even more attention thanks to Magnet nabbing is first film, Splinter, for distribution in the US.
** Editor's Note: Pics were removed by request of the filmmakers** While Toby Wilkins preps to get behind the camera to direct the incredibly unwelcome sequel, The Grudge 3, the folks over at Upcoming Horror Movies managed to find out more about his feature debut, Splinter, which we’ve not heard of in months ("Wilkins Gets a Splinter" – May 2007).
The horror movie industry is the best starting place for young filmmakers. Getting a cheap horror flick out on DVD is easy, and it could get you noticed pretty quick. The grand number of film festivals focused on our genre also aids in getting talent noticed, such as Toby Wilkins.
Toby Wilkins is not happy simply being a director. He’s also a storyteller with a vision. His two latest films, Splinter (review here) and